Prison Break won over Charlie Brown today. That makes me sad. No reliving childhood memories for me!
It looks like Michael’s real dad killed his abusive foster father. Michael is a little confused, as he isn’t remembering straight. Like that pink talking cake spouting Communist ideas? What was that all about?
And that girl who was being drown at the end of last episode before they cut away? She’s alive. Obviously. They wouldn’t cut away just to kill her at the beginning of this episode. That’s how TV works. Or, rather, doesn’t work.
Someone is reading his little girl a story about a dragon. Hey, what was the story behind Pete’s Dragon? For some reason, it seems like it was terribly sad.
“We can each sniff out a perp like a hot fart.” That might be the unsexiest thing anyone could every say. Ever.
Crazy FBI agent out to redeem himself found the buzzed head brothers and their father. They got away in a car, with an extra passenger. That extra passenger? A bullet in the father’s belly. Damn stowaways! There aren’t enough oranges for everybody!
Looks like Papa Buzzed Head died pretty quickly. And now the fellow that Michael betrayed for a plane ride out of town is going to give up to the location of this plane to the Feds. Let me see if I predicted that they will miss the plane. “They are going to miss their plane to Panama because the almost disgraced FBI agent will find them and make them miss it.” Yep. That’s right. It looks like I’m repeating myself from week to week. It’s like I’ve been married to myself for 50 years.
LESSON: If you’re on the run from the cops, always have exact change for the pharmacist. Otherwise, they will call the cops while getting you change “from the back.”
The bathtub woman who didn’t die is sewing her wounds up. She is a smart cookie, since going to the hospital would have given her away. The phrase “smart cookie” originated in 1948. Where or how? It looks like it’s a mystery. Probably because no one wants to own up to such a stupid phrase.
I was wrong! The buzzed bros missing the plane on purpose. “Today is the day we stop running.” Those words would be more exciting, if I cared.
The FBI did scramble jets to take out the plane that the bros weren’t on. Jets blowing things up is fun. It’s like an air show, except they aren’t blowing up themselves.
Evil bathtub man, who works for the guberment, is being erased from history. Just like in 1984. The book, not the year. Not JUST like in, but in a similar fashion.
Crazy FBI agent just rammed the buzzed fella’s car. There was fire, which doesn’t make up for not seeing the jet blow up the small plane. Just shut your eyes and imagine how glorious it was.